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Stanley Cup Makes Appearance at U.S. Open

Just days after the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup and one day removed from their victory parade, several players headed 17 miles east of downtown to Oakmont Country Club to celebrate at the U.S. Open.

Led by Phil Kessel, the Stanley Cup made its way around the clubhouse and locker room where several PGA Tour players were killing time as the opening round of the tournament was delayed and eventually suspended due to heavy rain.

Players who took photos with the Stanley Cup include Rickie Fowler, Paul Casey, and Bryce DeChambeau.

One player who appeared to not take part in the Stanley Cup festivities was Billy Horschel. He occupied his time coloring from a U.S. Open coloring book.

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